the number of organic chemistry mechanisms I need to know by my final
…library till 3:30 am. new personal record :/
for when i want to skip class
every ochem lecture costs $65
every ochem lab lecture costs $48
every ochem lab costs $95 (although I can’t really skip this)
every EEMB bio lecture costs $60
every MCDB bio lecture costs $48
assumptions-all money that’s paid as “tuition” only goes to paying for classes, only sixteen units are taken, this is also going off of non-resident (out of state) tuition
fuck i ate too many cookies today, now i have to go to the gym tomorrow -___-
You know you’re going crazy when you start turning cyclohexanes into animals #ochem #beenstudyingtoolong #yikes #clas
Must be midterm season #wideawake #130 #ochem #yikes (Taken with Instagram)
I am not yet Beyoncé
love love love!!!
I HAVE A PROBLEM BUYING SHOES MAKE ME STOP BEFORE I CRY BECAUSE I NEED TO USE MONEY FOR TEXTBOOKS NOT SHOES
my kindle broke :(
i think sand got in when i went to the beachh
talked to amazon, and they said if i send it back, they’ll give me a replacement for
54 34 dollars (including shipping)
but that’s $34 i was saving to buy a new pair of toms
or buy more veggies
just gotta get through these two finals.
- final wednesday
- final thursday
- rage friday
- pack saturday
- friends move in sunday
- kick it for a week with no responsibilities or academics whatsoever
- move into manz on the twenty second
- fuck shit up.
This is my life (Taken with Instagram at Starbucks)
The Independent published a great breakdown of the recent shark sightings in the Santa Barbara area. Pretty awesome if you ask me! Not so awesome if you are in the water and get the poop scared out of you by a shark, but they are magnificent creatures and it is both scary and wonderful to know that they are out there swimming around enjoying the summer just like us!
(above photo is of a Tiger Shark)
• April 18, S.B. Waterfront: An adult female sea lion is found injured near Stearns Wharf. A large bite out of her stomach is later attributed by experts to be the result of a chomp from a great white shark. Based on bite marks, the shark is estimated to be a juvenile approximately eight to nine feet in length.
• July 8, Channel Islands:An estimated 15- to 17-foot great white shark is reported by a fisherman three miles north of Santa Cruz Island.
• July 24, Santa Barbara Beaches:Shark warning signs are posted at all city beaches after an obviously injured adult sea lion is seen by officials on East Beach and a buoy just outsideS.B.Harbor. After studying bite marks, experts believe the sea lion was bitten by a great white. Later recovered by the Marine Mammal Center, the sea lion is eventually euthanized.
• July 25, Leadbetter Point:Charter boat captain Dan Collie witnesses a shark feeding on a sea lion just up the coast from Leadbetter Beach.
• Early August, Gaviota State Park:Officials and regulars at Gaviota State Park’s pier report numerous sightings of a “large shark,” believed to be a great white, swimming close to the pier pilings.
• August 13, Carpinteria:Volunteers for theS.B.Marine Mammal Center pick up an injured young male Pacific Harbor seal on the beach just east of the seal rookery in Carpinteria. After studying the bite marks, it is believed that the seal was bitten twice by a juvenile great white shark.
• August 14, Carpinteria:A paddleboarder reports seeing an approximately eight-foot shark swimming outside the marker buoys offshore of Carpinteria Beach.
• August 14, Santa Barbara:Warning signs are once again posted at area beaches after a group of surfers get chased from the waves at Leadbetter Beach by a shark. Eyewitnesses say the shark had a spread between its dorsal and tail fin of six or seven feet, indicating that the shark was roughly 10 to 14 feet in total length.
• August 15:Harbor officials confirm that a local urchin diver saw an estimated six-foot great white shark in the waters near the Mesa lighthouse, just west of Leadbetter. The diver was in 20 feet of water when she had the run-in.
• August 19, Goleta:Warning signs are again posted at area beaches, just a day after coming down, after a fisherman saw a 10-foot shark while working the waters well offshore of Goleta Beach early Sunday morning.
my roommate and i saw a TON while at IV beach on sunday!
i've seen the best of love, the best of hate,
the best reward is earned,
i've paid for every single word i ever said